The spark and the struggle: navigating neurodiversity in relationshipsLove, in all its glorious complexity, can take unexpected turns. Sometimes, the very qualities that draw us to someone can also become a source of frustration. This is especially true when neurodiversity is present in relationships. So can neurodiverse couples be happy?What are the attractive traits of […]
Karen Doherty on ‘You’re Wrong About ADHD Podcast’ I had the pleasure of speaking with Classic FM presenters Sam Pittis and Katie Breathwick on their Podcast, ‘You’re Wrong About ADHD’. Katie and Sam have been friends for more than twenty years. Around two years ago, their lives took a surprising turn – they both discovered […]
Relationships and Neuro diversityAll relationships can have difficulties over the course of years. Compromise, communication and connection are the core foundation alongside love and a commitment.Adding in a neuro divergent component can cause couples more difficulty.If the neurodiversity is not recognised or understood each partner is reading from a different script in many scenarios.Couple DynamicsBecause […]
Do you still like each other, maybe even still love each other?So, you’ve looked at your place in the world. Leaving isn’t easy, separated families don’t always thrive. The grass always looks a bright shade of green on the other side, but the reality can be very alarming and hostile.If you were struggling to balance […]
Are you and your partner reading from different scripts? Blame, defence cycles… Is your relationship loud, full of emotion and aggression? Are you escalating through a never-ending cycle of complaint, blame, defence, blame? Perhaps you’ve threatened to leave the relationship? Or you’ve been living under this oppression since you first started dating and know you […]
After an affair, conversations with a skilled practitioner can help create a vision of a future and devise a way forward.
We are a species that intuitively seeks out energetic connections with others. We love, attach, and depend on others. Our relationships are a dance… A finely tuned balance of autonomy and interdependence that shifts silently as the days pass.